If you have been struggling hard to prepare for CBSE NEET 2018, you should know what exactly need to do during your preparation for the competitive exam. NEET is a national eligibility cum entrance test (UG) conducted every year by Central Board of Secondary Education of India. The exam is compulsory for the students who aspire to take admission into medical courses such as MBBS or BDS offered by the medical colleges and universities affiliated by Medical Council of India.
This year, NEET will be held on 6th of May 2018, that is, on Sunday. The examination paper would contain objective type questions. It means, you will be given three hours to answer 720 objective questions. While the questions are objective type, these by no means, are simple or just complex to resolve but extremely tough. Because NEET allows you to take admission into one of the top medical colleges in India and pursue your dream medical course, it requires a lot of hard work and extensive time to get ready for the examination.
Many students either get enrolled in one of the best online tuition classes in India to crack NEET in one attempt or still stuck up at the library searching for study material. The aspiring candidates become so much obsessive with their NEET preparation and foreby start searching for the popular offline as well as best online tuition classes in India much before the official announcement from the authority’s side.
The obsession and pressure is obvious for the medical students, however, they should not take exam stress up to whole another level which can hamper their preparation. Therefore, here we have provided four best tips that would keep you on track while studying for the exam:
1. Do not set just a time table but stick to it
Unlike many students, you should set a realistic time table which can bring productivity as well as motivation within you. Do not try studying 10 different concepts in a day and give 10 hours to each. Instead, divide the concepts into chunks of three or four, allot the time which you can afford to invest, and try them doing well.
2. Keep a track on what comes online
You must have purchased a pile of books, guides, and other resources for studying, but try keeping a track on the valuable study material and resources being published online. For this, trust only those which are published by the best online tuition classes in India. The tutors and coaches who prepare the study material are experts and experienced people who continuously keep hawk’s eye on the concepts and questions which are more likely to be asked in examination.
3. Do not chase perfection but accomplishment
“I must complete every chapter, concept and question of this book, doesn’t matter how much time it will take.” The feeling is irresistible, isn’t it? While you may be lured to study and cover everything you find, you must learn to identify the resources which are relevant and have higher chances to be asked during the examination. Instead of learning a whole lot of concepts, stay focused and study only what you find relevant. Become accomplished in terms of knowledge and learning, and not on perfectionism.
Mike Cornell and Emma Jones are behind the success of Elearning Blog, a blog solely focused on providing free resources and tips for e-learning.